There were two styles (as provided through a Shelby Mustang enthusiast; I can't vouch for this). Generally the earlier cars which had a steel reinforced fiberglass hood, the underside of which was painted body color. The most common, and the later one piece fiberglass, hoods would have had steel reinforcement only on the hood attachment points and in the latch area. Their underside was painted black.
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